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GEORGE H. DINGER.
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IT TO DATB.
Shades of defeat were falling fist
As In the ring bis hat ho cist;
And l"I ho lore both night and day
A banner with the strango display,
4 You're a Liar."
Election returns o.t Gem tonight.
Eight Splendid Entertainments
for only $2. High School Lyceum Course.
Stuart and Parletto alono worth the money.
All new subscribers nod all those psylog up
' past duesi or Tin: Tuuuc Lcdgf.ii, and who
pay ?3, one year eubjcnptioo, cash, will be
ghon the papor from now until January let,
This la 14 months subscription. The sooner
you take advantogo of this offer the better It
will bo for you.
E'ght-pago, double illostrntod numbar every
- "" n Shades of defeat were falling fist ' l&Wk?i'$m saaS'
All kinds, all sizes, all qualities of Poors are in our stock rooms
and we want to sell them.
20 Per Cent. Off for Cash
On nnv door in tlio Iioiihp. Soup rhargpil to any one at these pricop.
OHIO RIVER LUMBER CO.,
vnios STiu:r.T. nm:au skcono.
Tm MMHi 1 1 1. A8LVaWMtliyUlgig3
oCaSOndDIC 1 0IK5 1
Now is the season of the year to get ready for hunt
ing, hog-killing time, Thanksgiving and Jack Frost. Let
uSlTe1pyou get ready. We've a complete stock of Guns,
Hunting Coats, Leggings, Shells, Lanterns, Butcher Knives,
' Lard Presses, Food Choppers, . Sausage Mills, Robes,
-If Blankets, Acetylene Buggy Lamp. and in fact anything
:you need. If we layen't what- you want in stock, we
will take pleasure in getting
Mike Brown's is the Sportsmen's Headquarters!
--. . FARMERS
Mike Brown is your friend !
We invite you to make our store your own. Come
in Buggy buyers-in-waiting, if you want some rare bar
gains in buggies, just say so. If you show us the money,
kit-you can make tne price,
money, just now, than the buggies. Lome in.
THE SQUARE DEAL MAN
William II., nnd Chatlea A. Collies yester
day wore appointed nnd qualified as Exocutora
of Samuel Collins, decuaaad, with W. D. Coch-
ran aurety on bond.
Amlel Iluber was appointed and qmlfnd
1 s Adminlitrator of Hva Iluber, doceatod, and
qualified as such with J. P. Harbour surety on
bono! Gaorgo T. Harbour, C F. Wright and
James CJilIJa wore appointed .appralsera pi
r ,aid eatatoV
Ida JelTereAn waa appilotoJ (jaardhn of
Horace Wlllrams, a minor, and qualified oa
jBDch with Thomsa Davla unJ J. I. Hicks
aora'.lai on bond.
Wlll'.am Adama, Dover; Alfred Teed, II ay a-
& Wck: P. T. Cahort, LewisburB; Al Coryell.
,OrsogKburg; AUrOaioy, WashloRtOD, 12. A.
iRobtoion and James Macker, Uayarllle, wero
appointed Supervlaora of th) 1013 tax. TJuy
I .?ry ,a pound'
imfifi into it.
It is a full N.
ff", We curry DRI0JC, UMBURQEB,
A.MVM -wm mm
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports Bhowtho steady
output o( coal during the last few
years has made tho dealers push lor
wider markets, Wo arc going to get
more trade your tradeby giving
you a Rreater valuo for your money,
You will never get out ol debt uuIobs
you buy wisely.
MAYSV1LLE COAL CO.
i When needing dental work call on Cartmel
Ohio River Lumber Co.
it for you without any loss
we wouia ramcr nnve me
will moot In the Courthouse la Uayjville Mon
day, January lat, 1913.
The followioL' oases were disposed of in
Judfio Whitaker'd Court last afternoon:
Georgo Green, drnnk, $G.50.
Joe Iluber, drask and disorderly, $25.50.
Jim Milla, alias Morton.miilclonsly ahootlnj;,
waived ezaminatloa and was held over In the
mm of $250 and la default waa committed to
Jail. Mills la the Negro who (hot up Uarket
street Saturday night.
Mr. Omar Dillon, aged 22, and Ulsa KJith
Sanders, aged 21, both of Tilton, Fleming
county, were mtrrled In the County Clerk'a of
flee yesterdty morning, Judge W. H. Rice of
Y. Uream Cheese with tho Pimentos
HOQUEFOUT ana ny kind you
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them, three pouuds for 2Cc, Swift's Drookfleld Sausage, very
fine; try a box; only 20c. You have tried the rest; now try tho
best Kar-a-van Coffee and Libby's Asparagus Tipj.
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
A Million of TnemJ
Wo Imvt Just received two carloads of Clear Hrd Ortrtr. Wo bouixrtt
thcra whoa tho prlco wns low and wo will si'll them at I ho Lowest L'osbIoIo
Price Wo also liavci Cypresn nod Poplar Shingles nnd wo nrp over-stocked
and forced to anil. Bring your wagon with you. Wo gun rantro price, and
will inoro than meet competition. Cornell) nnd ecu. And don't you forget
that now Is tho tlmo to get Shingles at
Cor, Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
Agents for Oeering Machinorv. Mnysville. Ky.
a. a. Mclaughlin. l.n. ni:ii.
The Sum of $25,000 in Cash
Council met in rogular souion Monday night,
Mayor Lee in tho chair.
The report of tho Pollco Judgo was as fol
lows: Fines jialil " 30
Worked out 231 60
Working out 1S4 CO
Tho Wharf master roportod not collections for
the past month $15.31.
Tho report of tho City Treasurer totals n
llnUnc 1 2,3) CO
. ltecelpts ei0,M CO
Total H2.8J3 S
Kxpendlture W 81
llalance , Wfl,9 ?a
Tho report of tho Claims nnd Accounts
Committco waa as follows:
Almi nnd Alnishouio t 291 31
Iiitcrnnl Improvpinents 458 31
Gas nnd electricity (198 78
Hoarding and guarding prisoners. Mi DO
l'lre Department 339 E3
Public Lllirary : fO 00
City Million 20 CO
Miscellaneous 937 81
Total . ..!3,lf0 88
Tho White School Fund tho past month re
ceived $11,922 51.
The following permits were granted:
P. P. Parker, on extension to Farmers'
Warehouse to property lioe on tho Kiat and
South between Forest avonus and Elizibeth
street; atoel, Iron, concrete and wood construc
tion. Dakar WooJ, an addition to frame home, to
have metal and composition roof, Commerce
Independent Looso Leaf Tobicco Ware
bouse, an addition to warehouse, Forest are
cue. R. A. Carr, remodel and addition to frame
dwelling bouio on L'mostone street.
Central Warehouso Company, one story
frame stable, 80x130, composition roof, corner
Third and Poplar streets.
Joseph II. Dodson, two tenement buildings,
Edward Ilito, Chief of the Fire Department,
reported ten Gre alarms daring the month of
Ootober. The damage resulting In each waa
alight. He alio reports the resignation of
Russell Greenlee ai a member of the Depart
meot and the appointment of Joseph Marshall
to fill the vacancy temporarily.
Mr. Hall Strodo appeared before Council in
the matter of a $3,603 tax increaso on bis Ice
plant In East Third street, Fifth Ward. Re
ferred to Proposition and Grievance Commit
tee with Instruction to report at next meetlog
Messrs. 0. W. Goodman and W. II. Dreeza
were each refunded $2.50 on erroneous tax
The Mayor reported having settled in full
with tho Central Construction Co., and same
waa ratified by Council.
The construction of 18,591 square feet of
pavement by James Dawson as recommended
by Committee was accepted. The approxi
mate cost of same being $2,791.02.
The aaloon llceneo of William Mitchell, 123
Market atreol, was transferred to George
On motion of A. Clooney tho Mayor waa
ordered ti advertise for bids for tbo con
struction of a three-foot aldowalk, on tbo East
side, loading from Third street over "Dusty
avenuo" to the Intersection of Fourth street.
Chairman- Everett of the Ways and Ueana
Committee was authorized to take up out
standing city bonds with all surplus money on
hand possibly $25,000.
On motion of member Thomas A. Keith, It
was ordered that no saloon license bt granted
to any brewery or agent ot a brewery, add any
lucb haying llotnso that una be revoked.
Member Oarour latrodaced, and sane m
of Pig's Feet, the very best; try
' Shfomies I
recelvod, nn ordinance am-nding tha paid Fire
Department whereby tha salary of firemen Is
increased from $50 to $00 per month, with
olher Important amendment.
Mr. J. Ilurgess Everett left last afternoon
for Toledo, O., on a business trip.
Mis j Mabel i'ann had a good and ronfol
night and hor condition th's morning la very
Uits Jennlo Hell n, nh un ierwont an ope
ration for appendlci Is lea days a;o, Is getting
Admitted to Bail
Yeeterdjy Rost fi ,u't wbs brought before
Judge Rico and sdmtt-d to bvl in the sum of
$1.5 JO for his appnaratco November 12tb. Mr.
Gault is clarpsj with shooting and wounding
illis Mabel Duna on Thursday night. Sbo
being a member of a Ilallowu'tn party.
It Has Just Arrived
Your new coat. Just what you have been wait
ing for. It is as stylish and smart looking as you ex
pected. Come in today and let us show it to you.
You can choose at any price from $6.98 to $40.
For Women and Children. Both staple and ultra
models. For women, navy, white, gray, black, $1 to
5. For Children, white, navy, grey, red, 50c to
3. Knitted hat9 and caps for children 25c to $1.50.
Unusual interest is now ceutered at our store. A
corset fitter of wide experience and skill is here to
The ruBi.ic Lnnncit from now until Jacauy
1st, 1011. for $3.
Tbo regular monthly meetlog of the Doard
of City Mhsiou will bo held this afternoon at
2 o'clock, at the City Mission Rooms. All
m mbers are requested to ba present.
STILL THEY COME!
WtMtKrwJLu mJLnmJI mJLh skss 4mMmI mJbHMm9 wHm ha Mrf fcM
i ,, - .
Mr.'. John F. Pogue of Cincinnati, who baa
bnen the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pogue
of the Wost End, returned home Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Joseph July has returned to her homo
In Covington, after a visit of several days to
ber aiater, Mrs. Jamoa M. Woods of Forest
Master Christopher Russell and sister, Miss
Elcxlno, of Newport, returned home Sunday
after a visit with their grandmother. Mra. M.
l Rujsell of Eist Third s'reet.
Miss Stella Archdeacon leaves for Covhgton
today to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Daugherty.
She will also witness a performance of tha
''Garden of Allah" In Cincinnati.
This is Overcoat Weather
We believe we have tho largest and beat eelocted atomic o( Oercoita nnd cr.tv3nettcd Haincaats of any
clothing houee in the state. All weights and fabrics imaginable, single and double breasted, many of
them buttoned to the neck with
A beautiful line of Shaw!
fortable overcoats over shown in
What wo say about Men's
T TTT7inTTTATrtTn."P At dCk Maysvillo'a Leadina Clothing and
JLJ J.JB.AJ VJ.JLAi.1
The Ledger Giving Dishes Away
We have 20 sets of beautiful blue and gold
enameled dishes, 45 plocea to tho set, good
enough for any Thinkrgivlng table, $3 per set
to new subscribers paying one year in advance.
Come in and examine them.
JsCTNow la tho time to buy your winter
coal. Seo Dry den, Limestone street.
Tbo moat select line of Ited Seal records
ever lo Maysville. November records also on
sale at Murpb)'a Jowelry Store. adv.
"w'jwwpagrwiw mm !aci?jg"""J"" M?ir!yiM JVJaijitaMl
Another big lot of SUITS and
COATS just received by express.
In this lot are some pretty Nor
folk Suits. Come today,
Suits $18.50 to $39.
Coats $5 to $89
Dresses $4.98 to $85.
FAIR AND WARMER TODAY
The Only Place in Maysvillo
To eeo a representative lino of Victor-Vic-trolss.
Every style $15, $25, $40, $50 up to
$200. Murphy, tbo Jeweler, will gladly play
them for you. adv.
With our WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT, which
promptly relieves coughs, colds and la grippe.
It loosens the phlegm, reducing inflamntioi),
thus curing hoarseness and bronchiiH.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
Collar Chinchilla and Fur Beaver Overcoats. The handsomest, most core
Miysville. Wo want to show them to you.
OvercoatB, holds good in childion'a and Boy's.
PRICES, $10, $12.50, $15, fe20, $25, $30.
BOYS' PRICES, $4.50 to $10.
XJ JJ.j VJW JXS
Hear the election returns at Gem tonight.
Henry Shea, a student at St. Xavior'd College,
Cincinnati, roturoed yesterday morning to re
sume his studies, after spending a fen days
here with bis parents, Mr. and Mra. Henry J.
Shea of East Second street.
show you the splendid possibilities of Redforn and
Warner Corsets as moulders ol the correct figure for
1912-13. The stock of the corsetierri) combined with
ours, presents fully twenty-five difhrent models beside
a full equipment of all co'r&et accessories. You can't
fail to find what you need. No charge for fitting.
Expert service for the asking.
The Dress Goods Department is one of the
busiest places in the store, for every one that comes to
look stays to buy. Women depend so much on ready-to-wear
supplies for their wardrobe nowadays, we have
to offer special inducements to make dress goods buy
ing interesting. We certainly have succeeded in our
present stock of new weaves, stylish colors and popular
prices. True some ol our fabrics are $3 and $3 a yard
but their unusual width of ij4 yards, reduces the price
about one-half and makes the material cut to the
greatest advantage. Every weave is represented
Cheviot, Serges, Whipcords, Ratine, Boucles and
Diagonals. Also every price from 25c to $3.
Mr. Jacob Roldloger, 80 years old, past,
a membor of the Twenty-first Indiana battery
during tha Civil War, was in town yesterday
mingling with hla old comrades la arms. Mr.
Reldioger, though an octogenarian, la halo
and hearty and is as spry ai a man of 60.
Yosterday afternoon Thomas L. Ewan &
Co., sold at public sale the beau iful resldeoco
of Hon. G. S. Wall in West Front street,
ilr. Ford Ilechinger belog lh purchaser at
$4,500. Th) first cost on the premitos was
$14,000, and Mr. Ilechinger has certainly
secured a bargain as well as a handsome
"Big Drugstore tYTtta
tfie Little Pr.W
President Taft returned lo Cincin
nati last night anil will vote this
morning and will receive the electiou
results tonight at'tho home ot his
brother, C. P. Taft.
j3moke Masonlan and La Toeoo, 5 cents
Yeaterdny was tho day "Deforo tho Dattlo,
Mother," and the city was full cf pilitlclana
and loaders for the fray on the morrow. Also
a big County Court Diy, buslnoss was lively
and trado bumming.
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